2580 Jefferson Ave. Ogden, UT
The Eccles Community Art Center (ECAC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to a continued effort to stimulate interest, foster awareness and provide education in all visual and performing arts. The ECAC is currently located in a Victorian mansion built in 1893. It is named after the David Eccles family, who purchased the home in 1896. The space has been used as a community arts and cultural center since 1959, complete with a sculpture garden.
Community members can engage with ECAC on Facebook and Twitter, as well as by visiting www.ogden4arts.org. Visit ECAC during normal business hours, participate in events, enter art and design competitions, view monthly exhibits, shop in the Carriage House Sales Gallery, support outreach programs, or take a class! The ECAC offers visual, diverse, literary, health & happiness and performing arts classes. In March, ECAC hosts a fundraising art auction, a black tie event that brings the community together around art. The Eccles Community Art Center is an irreplaceable cornerstone of the Nine Rails neighborhood. Located in a remodeled Victorian home, ECAC is the epitome of strengthening the arts presence in Ogden while beautifying the city. By offering a significant amount of classes, programming events and hosting an annual art auction, ECAC provides opportunities for every community member to get involved. With ECAC being open to the public, it offers an easily accessible way for the community to experience, purchase, and create art in their